Seattle Glass has been in business since 1933 with the same ownership since 1973. We are a commercial glazing contractor, building schools, commercial buildings, mixed use buildings and interior tenant remodels just to name a few. We pride ourselves in quality work, loyalty and attention to detail.
With our experienced team of project estimators, project managers, and glazers, Seattle Glass successfully provides quality service and skilled glazing craftsmanship in new and remodel construction projects of all sizes.
Scott has spent most of his career in the glass business in one position or another. He worked for ten years in the field as a commercial glazier. The last eighteen years he has spent as a Project Manager specializing in shell and core work. He has experience working on Schools, Mixed Use Buildings, Medical Office Buildings and Commercial Office Buildings. He started working at Seattle Glass in 2007.
Frank has been part of the glass business starting in the Southern California market in 1984, then with Seattle Glass since 1993 as a commercial and residential field glazer, fabricator, and field superintendent. Since 2010 he has worked as our project manager, specializing in shell and core work completing numerous projects in that capacity. He started at Seattle Glass in 1993.
Geoff spent eighteen years working as a field commercial glazier and site foreman. He has experience in all phases from shell and core to Tenant improvement, heavy wall glass systems and glass handrail systems. The first eight years here at Seattle Glass he was a commercial field glazier and site foreman and for the last two years he has been working as a Tenant Improvement/ Special Projects Estimator. He started with Seattle Glass in 2011.
Kathy is the ultimate master of all clerical things. She handles contract administration, employee reports, processes monthly billings, and much more. She is the pleasant voice on the other end of the phone and the most likely person you will meet as you enter the shop. She started at Seattle Glass in 1998.